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"Call her that again I'll remove your face…slowly."
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August 30

Shiny! 'Firefly' crew gets its own Funko toys. Available September 20th. More...
The Buffy HD Remaster criticized. The Blu-ray.com forum has the first HD screenshots of the Buffy remaster (recently aired on Pivot). Cropping, overuse of Digital Noise Reduction, odd color balance... First reactions are not encouraging. The HD screenshots can be seen HERE, HERE and HERE. Picture comparisons can be found in the thread. More...
Patton Oswalt to Guest on "Battle Creek". He'll be playing the Mayor in Vince Gilligan's new CBS Drama.

August 29

Enver Gjokaj cast in ABC series 'Marvel's Agent Carter'. Maybe we'll hear a new accent!
(SPOILER) More details emerge about the ending of Avengers: Age of Ultron. So if you want to be spoiled, dive on in.
Spike is top in Argentina. A listicle in Spanish shows our bleached menace top of the list of sexy vampires. More...

August 28

Yet another Buzzfeed episode-ranking listicle. Alexis Nedd at BuzzFeed claims to offer "The Definitive Ranking Of 'Firefly' Episodes". More...
The top 10 best comic-book movie villains ever. Loki comes in at number two, "the fan-favourite Norse God of Comic-Con was at his best in Joss Whedon's glorious Marvel team-up."
Happy Birthday, J. August Richards! He doesn't look 41. Illicit technology or magic?
'You Can't Take It With You' is now in previews on Broadway. Fran Kranz is in the cast, along with James Earl Jones, Rose Byrne et al.

August 27

Joss Whedon blasts misogynistic video games , tweets support for Feminist Frequency founder. He tweeted his support for Feminist Frequency creator Anita Sarkeesian, who released the sixth episode of her video series "Tropes vs. Women" this week. The series looks at how women are portrayed in video games.
What's a Showrunner? Let Joss Whedon explain. MTV News excerpts part of the new book "Showrunners" which includes in-depth interviews with Joss Whedon, Damon Lindelof, Ronald D. Moore and others. The book is "an oral history, letting showrunners explain what they do in their own words." It's a companion to a documentary of the same name.



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